For those who have lived in London, you know just how wet it can be most of the year, and an umbrella should not be too far away from your reach. As for the rest of us who live in areas where there are rainy seasons, an umbrella is normally stashed away in the boot of our vehicle, just in case the heavens decide to pour, you know. Well, having said that, it goes without saying that in this day and age, space is always a premium, whether it is at home, at the office, or in the car, which is why the $29.95 World’s Smallest Automatic Umbrella makes plenty of sense when you think about it.
The World’s Smallest Automatic Umbrella can be carried around inconspicuously in a purse or trouser pocket, and has been touted to be the smallest umbrella available which opens and closes with a single push of a button. It measures a mere 8″ in length when closed, but when you deploy it via a button press, this “tiny terror” will be generous in nature with a 40″ diameter canopy to provide you the relevant shade and protection from the elements. When the skies start to clear up, all it takes is a second press of the button, and the entire canopy will collapse.